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How Tianjin's Aftermath is Affecting West Coast Ports

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They’re showing mixed recovery: In July, Los Angeles posted a 3.5 The Port of Oakland, on the other hand, posted an increase of 8.7 To get back on track, the Port of Oakland announced that they are hiring 400 more workers to ensure the speed and efficiency to customers. Now, as traffic from Tianjin slows to a crawl, Long Beach and Los Angeles ports are poised to suffer the most from the decreased volumes.